At Chester Parry was associated with Evan Evans ( Ieuan Glan Geirionydd , q.v.) and Y Gwladgarwr . In 1836 he bought the publishing rights after Ieuan himself had suffered financial loss. Hugh Jones ( Erfyl ) was the editor from 1836 but in 1841 its publication was undertaken by Robert Lloyd Morris at Liverpool . Parry was responsible for the publication of several Welsh books , e.g. Coffhad am y Parch. Daniel Rowlands , by John Owen , 1839 , and The Poetical Works of Richard Llwyd , 1837 . Parry wrote the memoir which forms the preface to this book, and he also edited and published Blodau Arfon, sef gwaith Dewi Wyn , 1842 . He was a successful competitor on historical essays at eisteddfodau . He published Historical Researches on the Flintshire Castles , 1830 , which was submitted by him to Denbigh Eisteddfod , 1830 , and later his essay Undeb Cymru a Lloegr , 1837 , which had been awarded the prize at Tegeingl eisteddfod held at Trelawnyd in 1829 . He was well known for his contributions to the topography of the Principality and his authorship of various works for the use of travellers in North Wales ; Cambrian Mirror , 1843 (with three other editions); Railway Companion from Chester to Holyhead , 1848 (2nd ed. 1849 ); Railway Companion from Chester to Shrewsbury . His last and most important work was Royal Visits and Progresses to Wales , which he published in 1850 (2nd ed. 1851 ). This is a repertory of facts, the collection of which does credit to his painstaking research over many years. He d. 25 March, 1854 , and was buried at Chester .
Idwal Lewis, Aberystwyth
Published date: 1959